1000+ American Female Casualties of Wars:
World War I: At least 359 servicewomen died in combat or in combat operations - (mostly from battlefield influenza, and aircraft/vehicle accidents.)
World War II: 543 died, mostly from vehicle and aircraft accidents. Sixteen Army nurses died from enemy fire.
Korean War: 17 died, mostly from vehicle or aircraft accidents.
Vietnam War: 8 died, one from hostile fire, one suicide, and the rest from vehicle and aircraft accidents.
Gulf War (Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm): 16 died, mostly from vehicle and aircraft accidents and hostile fire.
(SOURCES: Women in Military Service for America Memorial Foundation; Defense Department.)
And in the War in Iraq, the 100th female combat fatality occurred July 25 2008.
CNN: as of July 3 2009 - (http://www.cnn.com/SPECIALS/2003/iraq/forces/casualties/)
(No separate female stats - for which, shame on CNN.)
There have been 4,641 coalition deaths -- 4,324 Americans, two Australians, one Azerbaijani, 179 Britons, 13 Bulgarians, one Czech, seven Danes, two Dutch, two Estonians, one Fijian, five Georgians, one Hungarian, 33 Italians, one Kazakh, one Korean, three Latvians, 22 Poles, three Romanians, five Salvadoran, four Slovaks, 11 Spaniards, two Thai and 18 Ukrainians -- in the war in Iraq as of July 3, 2009, according to a CNN count. The list below is the names of the soldiers, Marines, airmen, sailors and Coast Guardsmen whose deaths have been reported by their country's governments. The list also includes seven employees of the U.S. Defense Department. At least 31,354 U.S. troops have been wounded in action, according to the Pentagon.
James Joyner:http://www.outsidethebeltway.com/archives/100_american_women_dead_in_iraq/ .)
In WW2 there were no women combat troops. Women were only in the military as nurses or support personnel. So, in the invasion there were no women troops.
The number of Americans who died in combat is 2,757,196.
In many countries, women were not allowed in combat. But there were cases of women fighting, generally because it was necessary for survival. There were women in the French Resistance. There were women fighting in the Russian Air Force.
How many American soldiers died in world war one? i have no clue says the combat ministrator How many American soldiers died in world war one? i have no clue says the combat ministrator
none, not a dam one.
Many countries did not allow women to fight in combat during World War II.
As far as I know there weren't any. The Russians had women in combat roles, but I do not think the US did. Sorry, there were women in the US military, but not in combat roles is what I was trying to say....
Those who died were the number of casualties
Yes. In January, 2013, the military lifted the ban for women in combat roles, but many women served in combat before the ban was formally lifted. According to the Associated Press, women will be able to start training as Army Rangers in mid-2015 and women will be able to start training as Navy SEALs in mid-2016.
None. Women did not serve aboard warships or with combat troops.
With the large amount of women in the modern army, women inevitably find themselves in combat situations. Women are not intentionally put into combat situations. Women are not allowed into the fire and maneuver branches of armor and infantry. These are the two army branches that go out looking to get into close combat with the enemy. Everyone else, and subsequently the women, avoid direct enemy contact.
alot of women died in the Vietnam war died
40000 died in combat and 15000 in non combat activities
About 650,000 combat deaths and about 1.3 million combat and "other" deaths.
Some woman were in the French Resistance. And many women served in the Soviet Red Army (russian army) And no women served in the U.S. army. In Britain, the U.S. and many Allied countries women did serve in the armed forces in World War 2 but not in a combat role. The Soviet Union was unusual in having women in combat. Obviously, in the case of resistance movements, the distinction between combat roles and others may be blurred.
Christian women somtimes went in to combat as soldiors, and took part in offensive combat
156 women and children died on Titanic.
There are many forms of combat unit, many with different jobs inside of them. Here is a list of what the Army officially lists as combat units. Go to the site linked below, and it will show you all of the jobs. You can also click show description at the top of the list to show what the job is about and its requirements (active duty, reserve, open to women, closed to women).
beacuse women have the potential
There were so many soldiers that died 12,000 died from diseases 10,678 died from hunger 7,836 died in prisons 114,189 died in combat 13,890 died from war wounds
About 12,000 died of war wounds 40,000 died of dieases 200,000 died in combat 8,000 died in prisons
No - Australians have only had women in combat for the last 5 to 10 years.
By having women to serve in direct combat, it will hamper mission effectiveness by hurting the unit morale and cohesion.